Browsing Archive: November, 2011

Mammoths of the Last Polar Age

Posted by Kyle Bennett on Sunday, November 20, 2011,

How modern Arctic research supports Charles Hapgood’s theory of Earth Crust Displacement

by Kyle Bennett

This article is loosely based on Chapter 5 of Kyle Bennett’s Polar Wandering and the Cycle of Ages. Please see home page of this site for details of how to purchase)

This article is loosely based on Chapter 5 of Kyle Bennett’s Polar Wandering and the Cycle of Ages, available soon (please see http://kylebennett.blog.co.uk/ for details of when it will be available and ho...


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Frederik Klee: The Unsung Hero of Earth Crust Displacement

Posted by Kyle Bennett on Sunday, November 20, 2011,

By Kyle Bennett

As discussed in some of my previous articles, and in my book, Polar Wandering and the Cycle of Ages, Charles Hapgood’s theory of Earth Crust Displacement (ECD) actually originated in the nineteenth century. For those unfamiliar with Hapgood’s work, he claimed that Ice Ages come and go due to the earth’s ‘crust’ (lithosphere) sliding as a whole over the fluid layers below, in the asthenosphere, moving places in and out of the polar regions.

It is now common knowledg...


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On a possible Geological Cause of Changes in the Position of the Axis of the Earth’s Crust

Posted by Kyle Bennett on Sunday, November 20, 2011,

By Sir John Evans, February 28, 1866

[Editor’s note: this is a digital transcription (by Google) of a paper presented by Evans to the Royal Society of Great Britain. I have changed the formatting and corrected any spelling mistakes and errors made by the transcription. I have highlighted in bold those sections that are most relevant to Evans’ views of crust displacements as an explanation for long term climatic change. Otherwise the paper is exactly the same as the original. Kyle Bennett...


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The Path of the Pole Revisited: New Evidence Supporting Charles Hapgood’s Theory of Earth Crust Displacement

Posted by Kyle Bennett on Sunday, November 20, 2011,

By Kyle Bennett

[This article is based on the introduction to Kyle Bennett’s Polar Wandering and the Cycle of Ages. Please see home ppage for details of how to buy this book]

Journeying into the frozen wastes of the far north, nineteenth century explorers found the remains of strange animals, buried under the permafrost. One such explorer was the German geologist Baron von Toll, who travelled through Siberia and to the Arctic islands on behalf of the Russian Academy of Sciences, bringing ...


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Arktos: A Polar Myth

Posted by Kyle Bennett on Sunday, November 20, 2011,

There are a lot of articles on the internet detailing the histories of the ideas of polar wandering and
earth crust displacement. These are all, however, wrong and largely ignorant of the basic facts. The only person currently writing a remotely accurate history of this subject is me, here on this website, and in my book Polar Wandering and the Cycle of Ages. As mentioned in earlier posts, all other commentators are completely unaware of how the theory of earth crust displacement was developed...


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